Table 5

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Field Office Arrests1 Population Covered2 Field Office Arrests1 Population Covered2
Albany 0 4,066,672 Miami 10 6,743,100
Albuquerque 0 2,085,572 Milwaukee 3 5,757,564
Anchorage 0 736,732 Minneapolis 0 7,049,830
Atlanta 1 10,097,343 Mobile 0 1,992,732
Baltimore 4 6,912,021 Newark 0 8,068,498
Birmingham 0 2,856,645 New Haven 0 3,596,677
Boston 0 10,457,483 New Orleans 0 4,649,676
Buffalo 0 2,823,017 New York 19 13,483,100
Charlotte 1 9,943,964 Norfolk 0 1,750,992
Chicago 4 9,355,296 Oklahoma City 0 3,878,051
Cincinnati 1 5,831,159 Omaha 0 4,988,629
Cleveland 1 5,763,004 Philadelphia 0 9,867,427
Columbia 0 4,832,482 Phoenix 0 6,731,484
Dallas 0 10,336,228 Pittsburgh 0 5,639,785
Denver 6 5,940,019 Portland 0 3,970,239
Detroit 5 9,909,877 Richmond 0 3,942,074
El Paso 0 1,255,068 Sacramento 0 7,880,843
Honolulu 0 1,419,561 St. Louis 2 2,930,484
Houston 1 8,140,144 Salt Lake City 0 5,600,945
Indianapolis 0 6,596,855 San Antonio 4 7,225,518
Jackson 0 2,994,079 San Diego 3 3,434,701
Jacksonville 0 4,988,437 San Francisco 12 8,199,932
Kansas City 0 6,037,126 San Juan3 0 3,654,802
Knoxville 0 2,578,073 Seattle 0 7,061,530
Las Vegas 3 2,839,099 Springfield 0 3,525,284
Little Rock 0 2,966,369 Tampa 0 8,161,760
Los Angeles 22 19,287,024 Washington, DC 3 3,292,116
Louisville 0 4,413,457 TOTAL 105 318,857,056
Memphis 0 3,971,279
  • 1These are arrests that were violations of Title 18 Section 1030 of the U.S. Code. Arrests were not included for those made in a joint investigation with other agencies when a state or local code was used nor for Criminal Computer Intrusion cases when a different provision of the U.S. Code was used for the basis of arrest.
  • 2For the population estimates used in this table, the FBI computed individual rates of growth from one year to the next for every city/town and county using 2010 decennial population counts and 2011 through 2013 population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. Each location’s rate of growth was averaged; that average was then applied to that location’s 2013 Census estimate to derive the 2014 estimate. The figure represents the total population in each field office's territory, not just that city. For instance, the Omaha Field Office territory encompasses all of Nebraska and Iowa.
  • 3Population for the San Juan Field Office is a combination of the U.S. Census Bureau’s estimated 2014 commonwealth total for Puerto Rico and the 2010 decennial census total for the U.S. Virgin Islands.